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Sunday, November 27, 2005

Many times Left is not right

Left parties keep doing their work. The work done by them is block the work somebody else is trying to do. And it is many times some good work that would help the country to progress. Now it is the turn of modernisation plans of Mumbai and Delhi airports. These plans have already reached a stage where bids have to be evaluated and projects need to be allocated to the worthy people. And their leader in Rajya Sabha says, "Even at this stage, we will like the government to abandon its privatisation plans". The protest comes with a reason that government should rather spend the money building new airports to support the exponential growth in air traffic. A party supporting the government should be able to put positive pressure to get both the things done. But it has always been Left's way to block things. Most of the times Left is not right.

Last book read: Dead man's folly by Agatha Christie
Currently reading: Da Vinci code by Dan Brown [Too late too start on this one!!]

Monday, November 21, 2005

Goblet of fire

Harry Potter: Goblet of fire is released and Rediff review very aptly says that it is not for muggles.

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Football quiz

1. Who was nick named "Spiderman"?
2. Who has scored maximum goals representing England?
3. Which technic in Football did Diego Maradona applied very rarely?
4. What is the term "Halfback" commonly referred to as?
5. Which goalkeeper had the unusual expertise of free-kicks?
6. Which country is going to host the 2010 FIFA world cup?

Wednesday, November 02, 2005


South African cricket team may just get blessed with a successor of Lance Klusener. I am ready to bet on Justin Kemp for being the man.

Cricket is exciting, so is Tennis. But Football keeps even the spectators on their feet. Nobody sits down to watch a football match. There is so much action in the game. Technology is still kept largely out and the refrees still have all the control over the game.

Current music: Justuju jiski thi (Umrao Jaan)

"We are going around the leaf"